Visual therapy in Fuengirola
Sometimes glasses or contact lenses are not the solution to your vision problems. Your eyes may be healthy and we may have up to 100% visual acuity, but our vision system is working well, it is effective.
Possible problems we solve with visual therapy::
- Amblyopia or lazy eye
- Double vision
- Binocular visual disturbances
- Visual learning problems.
What is visual therapy?
Also called visual rehabilitation or visual exercise, it consists of a series of visual exercises that help correct or improve problems with the functioning of both eyes at the same time.
It is determined by the optician-optometrist whenever a patient’s binocular vision has been previously examined, the examination is provided by our optician in Fuengirola.
For who is eye care for?
It is intended to improve problems with eye movements, accommodation (focus), amblyopia (lazy eye), visual perception (depth vision), and certain types of strabismus problems.
Any child or adult who suffers from discomfort and has not been able to fully correct themselves with their glasses, or those with poor school or work performance, can benefit from such treatment.
What is vision therapy?
It consists of a series of visual exercises tailored to each patient’s problem and symptoms, always under the supervision of an optician-optometrist in charge of the case.
How long does vision therapy last in Fuengirola
The duration of treatment depends on the type of dysfunction that occurs in each patient, so a preliminary assessment of each case is very important in order to make adequate planning to address each problem individually.
It is highly recommended to perform a complete optometric examination to identify all types of visual disturbances
Improving vision also improves the coordination of all other vision-related sensory systems in daily activities
It is highly recommended to perform a complete optometric examination to identify all types of visual impairment, as vision therapy can be very helpful for patients with learning or schooling difficulties, problems with work or academic performance, behavioral problems, scarring, lazy eyes (amblyopia). ), visual stress, computer vision syndrome, myopia, myopia or onset of eye strain and vision problems due to adaptive, neurological or brain damage.